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Kristina learns some alarming statistics about the divorce rate of parents living with autistic children and as a result schedules a date night with Adam to keep their marriage alive.

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I remember her in the waiting room before I went in for my network audition, and we got to talking and got along really well.

We ended up exchanging phone numbers and were like "Hey, whatever happens, we should hang out sometime." When I got the role, she was the first person I texted, even before my parents.

Off-screen we're super close, and we hang out all the time.

He's incredibly compassionate and smart and funny. I can't even tell you the power that Craig has on me. I wanted something like this to happen because I want to see her have something in her life that's going to move her forward.

It’s hard to find a writer with that specific of a voice. I remember an interview with Christopher Reeve where he said, “I choose my jobs based on the feeling that I can’t stand the thought of anyone else doing it.” And that’s how I felt with that. There’s still a debate over which boyfriend Rory should have ended up with. Well, no, of course not because my career would end.

I always loved Jared Padalecki as Dean because it was those early years and they were so sweet together and it was first love.Your agent is on the phone.” My agent said, “It’s over.” I didn’t get to say goodbye to anybody. Here are all the things that life might bring and here are some people either succeeding or failing. They trusted [creator] Jason [Katims] because he had done that on a successful, popular show like , which was also notably sincere, recently came out on Netflix. It’s like 150 episodes of a show that’s basically happy, warm-hearted and a fun world, in this world of zombies and vampires and really gruesome shows, to binge-watch. This is unique in that there are a number of people who I don’t even think of as part of the show. You’re now very strongly identified with the character, but is it strange that you were never meant to be her? It was a hard thing to be excited about a new job but also be asked about someone’s personal life, which I never comment on. But I just felt fortunate to have an opportunity to play this character. is notorious for making everyone cry every week, often because the actors are put in such emotional circumstances. It’s completely unbelievable to me that the show – or myself – is known for that because I went through most of drama school never crying. In the beginning I worried it was too much, like, “Do people cry this much in their real lives? Part of the actor thing too is that you play pretend at something for a while and then you get to tell a new story. But that’s the funny thing about this business, you have to make a plan and then be open to it not working out. That was appealing to me having done something that was peppy and heroic. I think it’s satisfying, but I think it’s a little polarizing. I was drawn to her because she’s an opposite to what I’d done on TV before. Where Lorelei Gilmore had a positive spin on everything, this was someone who felt tired and had really struggled. She’s doing better this season, especially in her romantic relationships, which have been frustrating to watch her struggle with over the past seasons. I did have quite a parade of different guest actors I got to play with on the show. Do you feel satisfied with the ending Sarah gets on the show?We had our celebration for the 100 episode recently and Ron Howard was there, which is the second time I’ve ever seen him so you know it was a big day. It’s nice that we know it’s the end so we can treasure these last days. I got a phone call when I was sitting in a restaurant. With we did an episode that could be the end, but that’s not how you want to say goodbye to characters you’ve lived with for such a long time. MORE: TIME’s Review of Premiere This show has now been an integral part of your daily life for six seasons. But I do appreciate that it’s something to look forward. This show is about all the iconic moments of life – birth, death, marriage, conflict, loss, hope, joy.

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